Otitis Media: Urgent Care Interventions

Otitis media, also known as a middle ear infection or middle ear inflammation, is more common in children, however, it often occurs in adults. It can be caused by viral and bacterial infections as well as eustachian tube dysfunction, which can lead to fluid buildup behind the eardrum. Symptoms of otitis media may include earache, fever, balance problems, hearing loss, and ear drainage. If you develop otitis media and develop severe pain, loss of hearing, or high fever, seek urgent care services for the following interventions.   Read More...

Are You The Right Candidate For Laser Eye Surgery?

Is laser eye surgery right for you? Are you the right candidate for this type of procedure? If you're considering eye surgery to correct your vision, take a look at what you need to know about this procedure and the patients who are the best candidates for LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis).  Do You Want to Get Rid of Glasses or Contacts? Your vision requires correction. You've spent years wearing glasses or contact lenses.   Read More...

Medical Gas Outlet Supplies To Keep For Home Health

In most cases, you will not need to make many changes to your home for your loved one to enter home health care. Items such as their hospital bed may be provided by hospice or the home health care company you choose. However, there are some supplies you will need to keep on hand. If your loved one is on oxygen or another similar device, they may need to have a medical gas outlet installed.   Read More...

FAQ About The Brow Lift Procedure

What is a brow lift and is it the right cosmetic procedure for you? Also known as a forehead lift or forehead rejuvenation, this popular procedure can freshen your face almost instantly. If you're not sure whether to choose this procedure or select another cosmetic option, take a look at the top brow lift questions answered. What Can This Procedure Do? A brow or forehead lift procedure can reduce the appearance of horizontal wrinkles on the forehead, eyebrow area, and bridge of the nose.   Read More...

Advantages Of EO Sterilization For Medical Devices

Regardless of what type of medical products your company makes, they have to be sterilized thoroughly before they go out for shipment. It's an important safety and regulatory measure to comply with, which you can do effectively with EO (ethylene oxide) sterilization. Here are some advantages it offers over other methods. Non-Corrosive You wouldn't want to put a medical device through a sterilization process only for it to corrode soon after.   Read More...